As a landscape historian, Way will research the drawings, papers, photographs and videos of 20th-century American landscape architect A. E. Bye, as well as the work of his contemporaries, John Bracken and Stuart Mertz. This work in the history of landscape architecture focuses on the use of land forms, earth art, and topography as a medium in the design of spaces. The research is part of a larger project on post-industrial landscapes and concepts of thick sections in landscape history. Read more.
Thaisa Way named Landscape Architecture Research Fellow at Penn State University
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